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First Person:  Tom Seals
Dr. Tom Seals of Lipscomb University talks with Wayne Shepherd about his efforts to faith-based course, focusing on spiritual development while addressing physical, mental and moral experiences many veterans have faced in acclimating to the culture following their service.
First Person:  Ayanda Khumalo
A young worship leader from Zimbabwe who is in graduate studies here in the U.S., Ayanda Khumalo, talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life story as well as his views on worship, music, and the church.
First Person:  Robert Logan
A fighter pilot during the Korean War, Robert Logan talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life and experiences.
First Person:  Rodney Bullard
Rodney Bullard, Vice President of Community Affairs at Chick-fil-A, Inc. and Executive Director of the Chick-fil-A Foundation talks with Wayne Shepherd about the message of his book, HEROES WANTED.
First Person:  Nick Vujicic
Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic is an evangelist, motivational speaker, author and director of Life Without Limbs. He talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life and calling to help people overcome their obstacles and advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
First Person:  Shawn Thornton
Growing up, Shawn Thornton's mother suffered from an undiagnosed brain injury that cause severe mood swings, from sweet, loving, Christian woman, to episodes of rage. As he talks with Wayne Shepherd and looks back on his early family life, Shawn sees spiritual lessons he learned from a mother whom he loved despite a difficult family life.
First Person:  2018 Highlights
As the year draws to a close, a look back on a few many 2018 highlights including interviews with Billy Graham, David McCullough, Michelle Qureshi, and Larnelle Harris.
First Person:  Justin Kron
Returning to First Person this week, Justin Kron talks with Wayne Shepherd about the importance of Christmas to Jesus followers, also explaining the significance of Hanukah to the Jewish faith.
First Person:  Paul Sheppard
Paul Sheppard, pastor of Destiny Christian Fellowship in the San Francisco Bay area and host of radio's DESTINED FOR VICTORY, talks with Wayne Shepherd about his life growing up in Philadelphia and being called by God into ministry.
First Person:  Joshua Sun
A recent graduate of Biola University, Joshua Sun of The Far East Broadcasting Company talks with Wayne Shepherd about his radio program which reaches an estimated audience of millions in his homeland of China.
First Person:  Kevin Belmonte
Kevin Belmonte is back as a guest, this time talking with Wayne Shepherd about his new, yet-to-be-published biography of William Borden, a Chicago millionaire who was on his way to China as a missionary when he died as a young man.
First Person:  Jim Van Yperen
Jim Van Yperen, Founder of Metanoia Ministries, talks with Wayne Shepherd about Christ's work in his life, and as a result how he is able to help individuals and churches embrace reconciliation when there is conflict.
First Person:  Louis Dooley
Louis Dooley, a young man who was once imprisoned with a life sentence for theft and attempted murder, talks with Wayne Shepherd about the turnaround in his life when he gave his life to Jesus Christ.
First Person:  Mark Mittelberg
Author, speaker, and apologist for the Christian faith, Mark Mittelberg talks with Wayne Shepherd about his own decision to follow Christ and his passion for equipping others to defend the faith.
First Person:  Colleen Swindoll Thompson
Colleen Swindoll Thompson of Reframing Ministries talks with Wayne Shepherd about her calling to offer help and encouragement to those who are suffering and those individuals with special needs, along with their caregivers.
First Person:  Joshua Youssef
Josh Youssef of Help the Persecuted, talks with Wayne Shepherd about persecution of Christians in the Middle East and North Africa.
First Person:  Michelle Qureshi
Wayne Shepherd talks with Michelle Qureshi whose husband, Nabeel, was a brilliant young Christian convert from Islam who became a noted apologist before his death in 2017.
First Person:  Percy McCray
Percy McCray, Director of Faith-Based Programs at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, talks with Wayne Shepherd about his calling to spiritually help those with cancer as well as help train churches for the ministry of cancer care.
First Person:  Max McLean
Wayne Shepherd talks with Max McLean, an award-winning actor and founder and artistic director of New York City-based Fellowship for Performing Arts which is committed to engaging diverse audiences with theatre from a Christian worldview.
First Person:  David McCullough
In Part Two of their conversation, historian David McCullough joins Wayne Shepherd in discussing the life and faith of John Adams as well as his wife, Abigail. Recorded in 2001. Part One is available in the audio archive.
First Person:  Gerard Long
How do you keep living after the death of two children? Both Gerard and Jeannie Long talk with Wayne Shepherd about their story of love, grief, and the sustaining love of God during life's deepest trials.
First Person:  Mark Matlock
Mark Matlock talks with Wayne Shepherd about IMAGINE ZERO, a project of The Seed Company to promote sponsorship of Bible translation with the goal of everyone, everywhere having a copy of God's Word.
First Person:  Philip De Courcy
Pastor and author Philip De Courcy, speaker on the KNOW THE TRUTH radio program, talks with Wayne Shepherd about his early life in Northern Ireland and his calling and ministry today in the U.S.
First Person:  John Campbell
Musician and composer John Campbell talks with Wayne Shepherd about the life God has given him creating music for the popular children's radio program Adventures in Odyssey as well as other many projects.
First Person:  Valerie Bell
The CEO of the children's Gospel ministry Awana, Valerie Bell, talks about her calling to serve and her vision for Awana's outreach to even more children around the world.
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Oct 5th, 2010
Latest Episode
Feb 6th, 2019
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